The Injustice of Ungratefulness

Setting 1: You’re a leper, one of ten who live quarantined outside the city. You hear of a miracle worker.  You leave your colony and head for the crowd. The crowd seeing you parts quickly, gasping.  No one wants to be near you. But you are focused to where Jesus is standing. Before Jesus you…

Thanksgiving Becomes You

Lest history is revised as a means for present deceptions and determinations and before another angry atheist/liberal professor/fiction writer decides revisionist history is the best way to fool “We the People”, let us read the following proclamation by President Abraham Lincoln.  A note of context: Eyewitness accounts of the Surrender at Appomattox tell us the events…

For The Beauty of…Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Day.  The eponym-iest day of the year for me. I have been brining in blessings all year.  It’s time to give thanks.  Of course, I love the smell of food that wafts into memories. I love seeing all my kids all at the same time. I love the murmur of kith and kin. And…